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E.J. Kennedy (1893–1952)

E.J. Kennedy was born on December 13, 1893 in Dalkey, Dublin, Ireland as Edward Joseph Innocent Kennedy. He was an actor, known for The Shadow of the Glen (1948), Macushla (1937) and Ourselves Alone (1936). He died in 1952 in Hampstead, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Shadow of the Glen
(1948)
Macushla
Macushla Hugh Connolly
(1937)
Ourselves Alone
Ourselves Alone District Inspector Sullivan
(1936)
Mungo's Mansion
Mungo's Mansion The Doctor
(1948)

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 1952 The Gentle Gunman
Telephone Exchange Official (uncredited)
 1950-1952 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
2nd Old man / Barman / Sergeant Farrelly / ...
- The Gamblers (1952) ... 2nd Old man / Barman
- The Search Party (1951) ... Sergeant Farrelly
- The Secret Sharer (1950) ... Smalle
- Justice (1950) ... O'Cleary
 1951 Sweethearts and Wives (TV Movie)
 1951 Talk of a Million (uncredited)
 1950 The Gentle Gunman (TV Movie)
Dr. Cassidy
 1949 The Director (TV Movie)
Claffey
 1949 The Call to Arms (TV Short)
An old man
 1948 Robert's Wife (TV Movie)
Chief Inspector John Lindsey
 1948 Mungo's Mansion (TV Movie)
The Doctor
 1948 The Shadow of the Glen (TV Short)
Dan Burke
 1947 Quality Street (TV Movie)
Recruiting Sergeant
 1947 Hungry Hill
Corcoran (uncredited)
 1938 Scruffy (uncredited)
 1937 Macushla
Hugh Connolly
 1936 Ourselves Alone
District Inspector Sullivan
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